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I sent a few, a few seconds ago. Did you receieve them?
this is one side
Another picture of the underside. Whats going on here?
The other side of the penis
Yes, Thank you.
These are consistent with Fordyce spots...technically the ones on the head of the penis are called Tyson's glands.Your guess was correct. These are basically sebaceous glands. I did not see any obvious genital warts, but ony the third picrure was very good. Hope this relieves you.
Yes it really does! Thank you! They're are also some on the shaft. Another question. How did I get these? And how can i treat them?
They are considered a normal variant. Technically you can have them treated with a CO2 laser, but if you do this you should see a dermatologist and rather than a urologist since dermatologists are more likely to have the appropriate laser.
A source tells me that Neosporin helps. Is this true? And can I recieve oral sex and have unprotected sex without my partner getting Tysons glands as well?
That source is incorrect.
You can have oral sex and unprotected sex without transmitting Tyson
s glands or Fordyce spots.
Well, I can't thank you enough for your help. I really appreciate you! God bless you my friend. So to conclude this, my penis is normal it just has non infectious bumps on it?
Yes, quite common. About 15-20% males as I recall.
It seems like more bumps appear, is that the case? Are more bumps going to occur?
This can occur in your age group, would not expect this in an older age though.
Can any cream or antibiotic help these bumps?
No, not at all.
So all in all, I'm good?
Thank you sir!